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  • You Can't Kill The Mindex.  iMindi Is Back.

    You Can't Kill The Mindex. iMindi Is Back.

    It got skewered at last year’s TechCrunch50. Then when it finally launched in private beta, it “accidentally deleted” all of its initial user accounts. But iMindi is back and it wants you to help it build the Mindex. iMindi wants to be a Twitter on steroids. Actually, it is the exact opposite of Twitter. It is more for people who want to have lengthy discussions and… Read More

  • Look At It This Way, Yelp. At Least You Didn't Delete All Your User Accounts

    Look At It This Way, Yelp. At Least You Didn't Delete All Your User Accounts

    Yelp’s having a bad day. It may not be as bad as the day iMindi is having, who managed to delete all their user accounts, but it’s still a doozy. Yelp managed to pair a normally non-offensive headline in a newsletter article about biking (“Put the Fun Between Your Legs”) with a noble sponsor (SF Women Against Rape) to create one heck of an offensive and awkward situation. Read More

  • Imindi: "We Accidentally Deleted All The User Accounts"

    Imindi: "We Accidentally Deleted All The User Accounts"

    Users beware – if you try out a brand new service in private beta, don’t get too upset when everything goes wrong. On Monday we wrote about iMindi, a new startup that first showed its stuff at TechCrunch50 in 2008. In the post on Monday we gave out 1,000 private beta invites, which were apparently snatched up quickly. Then, disaster. The email iMindi sent out, which contains… Read More

  • Connect Your Thoughts To The Mindex With Imindi (Private Beta Invites)

    Connect Your Thoughts To The Mindex With Imindi (Private Beta Invites)

    What doesn’t kill you will only make you stronger. Adam Lindemann learned that the hard way with iMindi, a startup trying to create a “thought engine” that was skewered by our judges at last year’s TechCrunch50. “It almost destroyed us,” says Lindemann. But he and his team have completely redesigned the product, which creates a mind map of your thoughts… Read More

  • TC50: IMINDI Wants To Get Inside Your Head

    TC50: IMINDI Wants To Get Inside Your Head

    What if you could expand your own thoughts by collecting everyone else’s and connecting them to your mind? IMINDI wants to help you do just that by creating a “mind map” that connects thoughts and ideas. IMINDI’s mind map is chart showing thoughts and those that branch off from them. Users can click on thoughts to see which thoughts on connected to them. IMINDI calls… Read More